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What do a high end brothel, a sexy womanizing lawyer and demanding stranger have in common? Delilah Jameson. It's time for this art gallery owner to put on her big girl panties and choose wisely.

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ISBN-13: 9781515171829
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/21/2015
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Eva LeNoir lives in Frace with her husband and two sons. While it's not always easy, she tries to balance her work and family life all the while catering to those impatient voices creating havoc in her mind.
When she's not living day to day life like everyone else, she vacations with her family in Florida where her mother is ready to take over all adult responsibilities. That is when she writes the most.

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Disheveled 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Xkoqueen More than 1 year ago
Disheveled by Eva LeNoir is the first book in a series of standalone novels. Each novel is dedicated to one of the seven women in a tight circle of friends. These friends call themselves the UCC; it is such a secret society, that even after reading the book, I don’t know the meaning of the acronym UCC! Ms. LeNoir’s sense of fun and humor shine through in Disheveled. From her depiction of the respect and comradery between the women in the UCC, I get the feeling that the author enjoys the company of women and would be a great friend. Regardless of their job or stage in life, these women are meet once a week for a few cocktails, laughs and hugs. Disheveled is told mostly from Delilah’s point-of-view. She is one of the UCC who is in a bit of a dating dry spell. She doesn’t want a hook-up; she is looking for a meaningful relationship (with some benefits, of course). When her landlord/roommate, Cole finds out she is desperate enough to use online dating services, he comes to her rescue. No, he doesn’t ask her out on a date. He advises her to change her name, profile and photo in order to attract someone who is interested in getting to know her. While Delilah has fun flirting with her hunky roommate, she fears his reputation as a “manwhore” rules him out as potential boyfriend material. No matter, because their banter, love of 80’s movies and Star Wars is totally adorable. While Delilah remains completely in the dark about the identity of her online suitors, it is quite clear to the reader. The reader is privy to the dumb decisions and assumptions made by Delilah’s suitor, and that makes him all the more lovable. Cole plays along and acts protective of Delilah—that online dating scene is filled with “pervs” while Delilah goes on her fruitless dates and lusts after Cole. I loved the little role reversal in Disheveled. It is Delilah who is prejudice about Cole’s behavior and holds onto assumptions that she hasn’t bothered to investigate. It is deliciously fun when Cole gets his chance to convince Delilah that his might really be the man of her dreams. Disheveled is fun, light-hearted, contemporary romance. This quick easy friends-to-lovers read is a great little escape from reality.
LightningCityBookReview More than 1 year ago
A Classic Romantic Comedy with some Erotic flashes makes "Disheveled" a really fun read and a great start to Eva LeNoir's UCC Saga series. There are a full cast of characters made up of the heroine's girlfriends the members of the UCC that have their weekly "meetings" at Ruby's Lounge in DC. Ruby O'Brien is the owner/Madam of the "Club", Bethany Hunt is a card carrying dominatrix, the domestic Callie Jacobs (on her fifth pregnancy), Emmeline Young an erotic romance writer, Avalon Taylor a sex therapist, and finally Jade, the assistant at Delilah's Art Gallery. Delilah's roommate of four years is Cole Sterling a hot shot attorney and notorious "Manwhore". And ultimately a Mysterious Suitor born of dating in the Electronic Age. The characters are all colorful and have various roles: as cheerleader, voice of reason, and a mysterious puzzle. Delilah's growth is moderate and actually guided mainly by outside sources. Some of the scenes seem to call for a suspension of disbelief but then one of the characters mentions that they can't believe that the person in question didn't notice - so I let it slide. Four years is a long time although again, I kind of get it ... kind of ... Regardless - the sex is definitely spicy and titillating! This book was a delicious and unexpected treat. Eva LeNoir is a brand spanking new to me author and a enjoyed this novel a lot! The hero and heroine are a delight. Cole is smug and adorable. Delilah's assistant is driving me crazy - I want to know her deal!!! Emmaline and Avalon didn't have much time in this novel but I am curious and suspect a twist with Bethany. The sex scenes are abundantly erotic! Yet there is so much humor in this book which is fabulous. The ending felt rather rushed and wrapped up too simply after quite a bit of angst. But bottom-line is I had Fun reading "Disheveled". I loved the "Star Wars" references, in fact all of the movie quotes. I think the characters are rich and amusing. It was just pure racy entertainment. I can't what to see what comes down the Beltway next! To read the entire review please visit: This novel was provided by the author for a honest review.